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  1. Go Crazy for Kaka!
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Go Crazy for Kaka!

This adidas adiPURE II boot was signed by Brazilian sensation Kaka in an exclusive signing session on April, 29 2010 in Madrid. Boot is in the style currently worn by Kaka on the field.

The mesmerizing midfielder is widely considered on of the best players of the modern generation. Kaka has already won a World Cup and the UEFA Champions League with many more exciting achievements to come in his career.

Own a piece of this superstar's history in the making with this signed boot!

Item (NOTE: item is one individual shoe) is presented with a certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Kaka signing the boot.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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